Putin Romps to Victory in Kremlin Vote Amid Vote Fraud Claims

Mar 4, 2012 | Posted by: coolncrazy | Full story: en.rian.ru

Vladimir Putin secured a third term in the Kremlin on Sunday after recording a resounding victory at Russia’s presidential elections amid allegations of vote fraud.

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“Pink Ponies of Justice”

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Preliminary results of counting:

Botox - 63,54%
Zyuganov - 17,28%
Prokhorov - 7,24%
Zhirinovsky - 7,09%
Mironov - 3,72%

The scale of falsifications is much larger than it was predicted, because the decision was made not to just win in the first tour, but to win with overwhelming advantage.
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Whoo Putinko is in. More sexy women for me. Cool you squeal like profarty. Give it up already.

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Lika, everything is just beginning for your Putinko. His falsified won was expected, so there are no surprise for you and for me. This presidential term will be a hard time for the old crook.
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No it wont. War in Syria to boost up the oil prices and here he goes again, even in Ukraine they are drinking heavily. In that sty only jug wines though.
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coolncrazy wrote:
Lika, everything is just beginning for your Putinko. His falsified won was expected, so there are no surprise for you and for me. This presidential term will be a hard time for the old crook.
Some are already calling for a revolution. Some really pissed off folks.

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Don't be so sure. The oil price can drop in any moment, just like the gas price dropped.

Kremlin's political technologist Gleb Pavlovsky: "Undoubtedly, the protest activity will gradually grow. Before us, temporarily - I hope, a divided Russia. Its very big part who live in cities will not accept the results of these elections."

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Small Town America UGX wrote:
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Some are already calling for a revolution. Some really pissed off folks.
No, we don't need revolution. Revolution is a chance for Americans to interfer even more than now, when Russia's leadership frequently behave like American puppets.
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If oil and gas prices drop it wont be just bad news for Putinko but rest of Russia as well. I'm sure you remember how it was hundred years ago. Profartys granny chewing fellow ukras to stay alive.

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You should just accept it. After Bush stole the election in 2004 people bitched, but he was still president and life went on.

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Small Town America UGX wrote:
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Some are already calling for a revolution. Some really pissed off folks.
Snow revolution? Where is it? Snow is thawing in Moscow... hehehe

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-Farah- wrote:
You should just accept it. After Bush stole the election in 2004 people bitched, but he was still president and life went on.
But Putin want to rule until death. He call that "a need of stability".
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-Farah- wrote:
You should just accept it. After Bush stole the election in 2004 people bitched, but he was still president and life went on.
They did not make Bush president for life though like they at least according to Kadyrov want to make Putin.

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District Gordeevsky of Bryansk region:
Population - 12243
Attendance - 80,12%

Results:
Putin - 100%
Zyuganov - 0%
Prokhorov - 0%
Zhirinovsky - 0%
Mironov - 0%
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coolncrazy wrote:
District Gordeevsky of Bryansk region:
Population - 12243
Attendance - 80,12%
Results:
Putin - 100%
Zyuganov - 0%
Prokhorov - 0%
Zhirinovsky - 0%
Mironov - 0%
Don't worry. Same results were probably all over democratic Caucasus who's leaders are members of the democratic United Russia. Some fascists apparently voted Mironov but other than that elections were as democratic as in Ukraine. FEMEN milkmaids also paid a strip visit to the voting site I heard.

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crazy,

Even an idiot like you voted for Putinko.
So, why are you sniveling now ?
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Small Town America UGX wrote:
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Some are already calling for a revolution. Some really pissed off folks.
That call for a revolution would be in the USA.
Some say "American Spring" is coming to the USA now.
Russia will stabilize once Vlad throws out the American backed NGO's and that American ambassador to Russia, McFool, kinda reminds everyone of you, you retarded knuckle dragging cretin.
Everyone in Russia is celebration Putin's win STD, you silly Zionist moron.
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coolncrazy wrote:
District Gordeevsky of Bryansk region:
Population - 12243
Attendance - 80,12%
Results:
Putin - 100%
Zyuganov - 0%
Prokhorov - 0%
Zhirinovsky - 0%
Mironov - 0%
Good thing Vlad put up video cams at the polling stations or we would hear the discontented crying "foul" at this polling station.

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Lukashenko is Dr Phil wrote:
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Don't worry. Same results were probably all over democratic Caucasus who's leaders are members of the democratic United Russia.
I expect 120% or 140% in some parts of North Caucasus. It's ruled by very educated people who think that 100% is simply not enough.

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coolncrazy wrote:
District Gordeevsky of Bryansk region:
Population - 12243
Attendance - 80,12%
Results:
Putin - 100%
Zyuganov - 0%
Prokhorov - 0%
Zhirinovsky - 0%
Mironov - 0%
It is true, the same in Chechnia and Dagestan. But for to be honest I'm satisfied with results although I didn't vote for Putin.
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putin's campaign manager ...was from chicago

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